Eclipse/Toolmakers’ Day is an event created for the tool developer community. This is a workshop that highlights how the most successful engineering companies build in-house software tools to stay ahead of the competition. Our workshop features a selection of Hungarian and international speakers from a wide spectrum of software-intensive engineering domains including automotive, telecommunication, energy, avionics, and Internet-of-Things. The main technological theme of the workshop is centered around the Eclipse open source ecosystem, which is currently at the forefront of tool development innovation. Eclipse is now far more than just a Java IDE. It is a rich software platform that encompasses programming languages, tools, protocols and frameworks from an exceptionally wide range of domains.
This open event features several speakers with 45 minute presentations. There is no special target audience, we just ask for you to come, listen and ask any questions you may have on the subject matter. Our workshop is meant to benefit anyone who is developing software engineering tools, either as part of an open source or in-house project. We believe that these talks will be of tremendous value to any technical lead or software developer working within engineering companies in critical embedded systems domains.
Topics and key takeaways:
The workshop will feature two sessions:
Istvan Rath the CEO of IncQuery Labs Ltd. and he is also a research expert working for the Fault Tolerant Systems Research Group of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He is active in the Eclipse community as the co-lead of the VIATRA reactive model transformation framework (formerly known as EMF-IncQuery) and a regular presenter at EclipseCon conferences. He has more that 12 years of research and development experience, having contributed to many European and national research initiatives, startups, industrial collaborations and product development projects. His recent work focuses on smart and safe systems, complex event processing, and computer vision.